Definition of Sallowness

1. Noun. A sickly yellowish skin color.

Generic synonyms: Complexion, Skin Color, Skin Colour
Derivative terms: Sallow



Definition of Sallowness

1. n. The quality or condition of being sallow.

Definition of Sallowness

1. Noun. The property of being sallow, yellowishness. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sallowness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sallowness

salles
sallet
sallets
salley
sallied
sallier
salliers
sallies
sallow
sallowed
sallower
sallowest
sallowing
sallowish
sallowly
sallowness (current term)
sallownesses
sallows
sallowthorn
sallowthorns
sallowy
sally
sally forth
sally lunn
sally out
sally port
sally ports
sallying
sallying forth
sallyman

Literary usage of Sallowness

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1. A Greek and English Dictionary, Comprising All the Words in the Writings of by John Groves (1830)
"... (Cr. last) paleness-, sallowness. ‘84s-, is-s-Ic, 6, (Cr. Os-ropes- to ass) low. ... sallowness ..."

2. Putnam's MagazineLiterature Periodicals (1908)
"No one can avoid noting the contrast between the fresh, natural beauty of the woman who takes care of her complexion, and the sallowness, wrinkles and lines ..."

3. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1870)
"especially noted and examined the blood of those who presented much sallowness of skin, much languor and inability for exertion, and I have contrasted this ..."

4. The Diagnostics of Internal Medicine: A Clinical Treatise Upon the by Glentworth Reeve Butler (1901)
"(a) sallowness.—This is a combination of pallor with a yellow or brownish-yellow tint. ... But the presence of sallowness should always suggest its possible ..."

5. The Diagnostics of internal medicine: A Clinical Treatise Upon the by Glentworth Reeve Butler (1906)
"(a) sallowness.—This is a combination of pallor with a yellow or brownish-yellow tint. ... But the presence of sallowness should always suggest its possible ..."

6. On Diseases of the Liver by George Budd (1857)
"The sallowness, then, like the ascites, although it may vary somewhat in degree, ... We must also take care not to be misled by the sallowness of the face, ..."

7. Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice and Abdominal Dropsy by Charles Murchison (1885)
"ft persistent sallowness of the complexion, with a dark areola round the eyes, ... Care must be taken not to confound with this sallowness the bronzed ..."

8. Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice and Abdominal Dropsy by Charles Murchison (1885)
"a persistent sallowness of the complexion, with a dark areola round the eyes, ... Care must be taken not to confound with this sallowness the bronzed ..."

9. A Greek and English Dictionary, Comprising All the Words in the Writings of by John Groves (1830)
"... (Cr. last) paleness-, sallowness. ‘84s-, is-s-Ic, 6, (Cr. Os-ropes- to ass) low. ... sallowness ..."

10. Putnam's MagazineLiterature Periodicals (1908)
"No one can avoid noting the contrast between the fresh, natural beauty of the woman who takes care of her complexion, and the sallowness, wrinkles and lines ..."

11. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1870)
"especially noted and examined the blood of those who presented much sallowness of skin, much languor and inability for exertion, and I have contrasted this ..."

12. The Diagnostics of Internal Medicine: A Clinical Treatise Upon the by Glentworth Reeve Butler (1901)
"(a) sallowness.—This is a combination of pallor with a yellow or brownish-yellow tint. ... But the presence of sallowness should always suggest its possible ..."

13. The Diagnostics of internal medicine: A Clinical Treatise Upon the by Glentworth Reeve Butler (1906)
"(a) sallowness.—This is a combination of pallor with a yellow or brownish-yellow tint. ... But the presence of sallowness should always suggest its possible ..."

14. On Diseases of the Liver by George Budd (1857)
"The sallowness, then, like the ascites, although it may vary somewhat in degree, ... We must also take care not to be misled by the sallowness of the face, ..."

15. Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice and Abdominal Dropsy by Charles Murchison (1885)
"ft persistent sallowness of the complexion, with a dark areola round the eyes, ... Care must be taken not to confound with this sallowness the bronzed ..."

16. Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice and Abdominal Dropsy by Charles Murchison (1885)
"a persistent sallowness of the complexion, with a dark areola round the eyes, ... Care must be taken not to confound with this sallowness the bronzed ..."

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